Rituals & Declarations is a beautiful comp zine from the UK with a literal book spine and a figurative spine of weirdness, curiosity, found truths, folklore, community, and art.
From the publisher:
* Temple of Flora by L B Limbrey
* The Lost Tomb of King Arwald, ..
Although many of the roots of Paganism come from the lands of people of color, much of the color of Paganism is forgotten in the cultural mainstreaming that happens to ethnic cultures. This forces many people of color within Paganism to walk between the worlds of their birth ancestry and culture, an..
Discover a wonderful collection of traditional 19th-century charms and spells from Old Joan, the wise woman at Boscastle's Museum of Witchcraft and Magic. Explore the stock and trade of the working witch through the ages as well as fascinating artefacts and magical techniques that were once feat..
An extensive look at the cartography and folklore of the afterlife worlds as seen by our ancestors
- Examines how ancient European cultures viewed the beyond, including the Blessed Isles of early Greek and Celtic faith, the Hebrew Sheol, Hades from Homer's Odyssey, Hel and Valhalla of the Nor..
Examines how the ancient customs of constructing and keeping a house formed a sacred bond between homes and their inhabitants
- Shares many tales of house spirits, from cajoling the local land spirit into becoming one's house spirit to the good and bad luck bestowed by mischievous house elve..
A philosophical look at Animism written by a pagan.
Over the past few hundred years, animism has been dismissed as a primitive, naive and irrational perspective, relevant perhaps amongst tribal peoples but not within the intellectual arenas of the civilized West. In this book, the author ar..
180 pages, perfect bound, matte cover, B&W text.
Much more than traditions and customs are lost when an animist culture is suppressed or destroyed. Into the abyss of forgetting goes also an entire way of seeing humans, animals, gods, and the rest of nature, as well as the relationships these..
48 page A5 zine
Printed on high quality recycled stock
Abundant with vibes
The wheel turns and we find ourselves halfway between the winter solstice and the spring equinox. Signs of new life emerge, the earth awakens, a new issue of Weird Walk pokes through the fecund mulch…
from Contagion Press:
This radical faerie classic, first published in 1978 by Fag Rag Press, uncovers the hidden mythic link between homosexuality and paganism in an elegy for the world of sex and magic vanquished by Christian civilization. From Joan of Arc to the Cathars and the underground wo..
Wow! This zine is jam packed with thoughtful stuff! It's a really great resource for white pagans and witches and those interested in magic. it even has a list of its own resources and references.
"This zine embraces the magic of the pendulum ... there is a center; an equilibrium, ..
This is an excellent and thoughtful read for white pagans, witches, and other folks who practice magic. I Picked this up at the Olympia Zine fest and it is excellent! I love how it explains cultural appropriation through the lens of Creative Commons and degrees of exchange and rights reserved...